Rumour Mill: West Ham target Toure, Atletico star in demand

Date published: Friday 1st April 2016 12:07

Yaya Toure: No future at Man City

Yaya Toure: No future at Man City

West Ham are eyeing a move for Yaya Toure, while Chelsea and Manchester City are both interested in Atletico Madrid defender Jose Gimenez.

Arsenal

Arsenal are closing in on the signing of Charlton striker Ademola Lookman. (Tuttomercatoweb)

The agent of reported Arsenal target Henrikh Mkhitaryan says his client would be happy with a move to Juventus. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

 

Aston Villa

Mick McCarthy has refused to rule himself out of the Aston Villa job. (TWTC)

 

Chelsea

Italy boss Antonio Conte, who is reported to be taking over at Chelsea in the summer, wants striker Diego Costa to stay at Stamford Bridge and be part of his Chelsea revolution. (Evening Standard)

Paul Pogba could remain at Juventus this summer despite interest from Chelsea and Manchester City, according to former Juve player Fernando Llorente. (Tuttosport)

Juventus still want Oscar and could move again for the Brazilian in the summer. (Tuttosport)

Chelsea and Manchester City are both interested in Atletico Madrid defender Jose Gimenez. (Marca)

Romelu Lukaku: Scored against Bournemouth earlier in the season

Everton

Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris St-Germain are all interested in signing Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, 22, according to his agent. (Gazzetta Dello Sport)

Everton will consider Roma’s Greek defender Kostas Manolas if John Stones leaves in the summer (Daily Express).

 

Liverpool

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could be handed a significant transfer fund as the club is the subject of a Middle Eastern takeover bid. (Daily Star)

Mario Balotelli says he will do his utmost in the final eight games of the season to earn a permanent move to AC Milan. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Barcelona are keen to spark a bidding war between Liverpool and Manchester City over £30million-rated goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen. (Squawka)

Liverpool have received a boost in their reported hunt of Cologne defender Jonas Hector. (Kicker)

 

Manchester City

City and Chelsea are both interested in Atletico Madrid defender Jose Gimenez. (Marca)

West Ham are interested in taking Wilfried Bony from Man City. (The Telegraph)

The Hammers are also monitoring developments over Yaya Toure’s future. (Daily Express)

 

Manchester United

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 34, is asking Premier League clubs for a weekly wage of £600,000. (Daily Mail)

United have made an offer for Ajax ace Riechedly Bazoer. (Le10Sport)

Fenerbahce are preparing a move for Bastian Schweinsteiger, who could be available for £5.5million. (AMK)

United have been told they must pay for £47.5million for Renato Sanches. (Fichajes)

Jose Mourinho has identified Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez as a transfer target for the Red Devils. (Don Balon)

 

Newcastle United

Rafael Benitez has not been impressed with Seydou Doumbia, who must play at least seven games if he is to trigger a permanent move. (Daily Star)

 

Stoke City

Mark Hughes will renew Stoke’s £20m interest in West Brom forward Saido Berahino, 22. Tottenham remain interested and West Ham are also watching developments. (Daily Mirror)

 

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham want Mainz’s Turkish midfielder Yunus Malli. (Daily Mail).

Stoke will renew their £20m interest in West Brom forward Saido Berahino. Tottenham remain interested and West Ham are also watching developments. (Daily Mirror)

 

Watford

Watford have signed Nigerian striker Ola Adeyemo after his successful trial with the Under-21 team. (Watford Observer)

 

West Bromwich

Stoke will renew their interest in Saido Berahino, with Tottenham and West ham also lurking. (Daily Mirror)

 

West Ham United

West Ham are interested in taking Wilfried Bony from Man City. (The Telegraph)

The Hammers are also monitoring developments over Yaya Toure’s future. (Daily Express)

Mark Hughes will renew Stoke’s £20m interest in West Brom forward Saido Berahino, 22. Tottenham remain interested and West Ham are also watching developments. (Daily Mirror)

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